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in germany the country's central bank has forecast even brighter days ahead for europe's biggest economy despite losing steam in the third quarter the bushes and has raised its projection german economy to grow as much as half a percent this year. in twenty fourteen it sees one point seven percent growth and that could rise to two percent in twenty fifty what is on president pointed to the country's low unemployment rates increased hiring and study. find out all the years went down on the markets returned to our reporter because i was. it stopped an optimistic outlook for the german economy from the united states is well positive data came in which shows that the recovery of the economy there is stronger than anticipated. contrary to the tenancy all week the market did not take this as an opportunity to be concerned about the potential he only on phasing out of the monetary stimulus by the center backs. nope the dax is up again and with it. the hopeful of the year end rally is back again which is the hope that stock prices hero will be rising with the end of the year. i am trying to say
"happening now" ♪ ♪ jon: good morning on this wednesday. the president giving a speech on the economy today to talk of obamacare again. all part of a three-week pr blitz to convince americans to sign up and soon. hello, i am jon scott. jenna: i am jenna lee. the presidents common coming on the heels of the enrollment website 631 the website is trying to put the botched rollout behind it. getting that millions of enrollees getting the health care law work. the deadline to sign up for coverage next year is december 23. let's talk about with karl rove, a senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to president george bush. he is also a fox news contributor. that was part of her job when you are there to get the message out and get the programs in the public eye. can the president resell a program that has had such a difficult time? >> they had an enormously bad first impression and it is hard to convince people that this program isn't fundamentally flawed. there's a lot more bad news than there is good news. millions have lost their private insurance coverage and they are finding that when they g
a floundering economy. there is one area that can help break the logjam, not solve all our problems, certainly, but help us significantly along the way. congress should address the critical needs of our nation's infrastructure deficit. roads, bridges, transit systems are all increasingly at risk. we are facing an inadequate state of repair, construction of new facilities are on hold and we are losing ground in meeting our own needs, let alone the challenges of global competition. yet, this challenge is an opportunity for some potential progress. we know what to do to meet this challenge. we can write a new transportation bill that will meet today's needs. it just needs more money. there is a vast coalition that supports additional resources for infrastructure. the so-called special interests that are so often at odds are remarkably aligned when it comes time to recognize and fix this problem. business, labor, professional groups, local government, environmentalists, truckers, bicyclists all agree. the paralysis that surrounds questions of raising taxes does not necessarily need to apply in thi
struggling, it will actually harm our economy. unemployment insurance is one of the most effective ways there is to boost our economy. when people have money to spend on basic necessities, that means more customers for our businesses and ultimately more jobs. >> the republicans meantime remain focused on obama care. north carolina congress woman renee elmhurst delivered the gop's response earlier today. >> families who work hard and by play the rules deserve some basic choices, fairness and relief. that's why the house has passed legislation to delay the individual mandate for all americans and let you keep the plan you like. these proposals are among the dozens of house passed jobs bills awaiting action in the democratic-run senate. >> meanwhile, good news on the latest jobs report to share. 203,000 of them created in november, just 1,000 shy of the number of jobs created in october. unemployment fell by.3 down to 7%, the lowest in five years. kristen welker is at the white house for us. kristin, i'm curious how the white house is interpreting these numbers. all good? >> well, look, th
in our economy and it really, while it seems good, it actually does a disservice to the people you're trying to help. my customers can shop around-- see who does good work and compare costs. it doesn't usually work that way with health care. but with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment optis and estimates for how much i'll pay. that helps me, and my guys, make better decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that work for you. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. bill: fox news alert. it is 9:30 in new york. we're watching a story where a gunman barricaded himself inside of a hospital in arizona now surrendering. that man walked into phoenix baptist hospital, 2:00 in the morning pulled out a knife. police took the knife away, he pulled out a gun. locked himself in a room. surrendered a few hours later. luckily in phoenix no one hurt. heather: rand paul throwing cold water on president obama's suggestion of extending unemployment benefits. speaking on "fox news sunday" the republican s
result, the economy gets hurt, doctors become harder to see. mr. obama didn't address either of those things today and they are crucial in the debate. also, mr. obama did not address the falsehoods under which the affordable healthcare law was passed. but the new spin from his allies is this: >> all americans know politicians lie. the question is which lies can you live with? and time and time again americans have said we can deal with the lies that president obama tells us because we believe in his heart he has the best interest for the american people. >> so that's what the white house is selling that president obama wants what is best for the folks. and i believe that's true in theory, in theory. he does want what's best for the folks. the problem is his vision is running up against reality. the economy is being held back by his tax policies and by obama care mandates on business. there is no question about that that's not what's best. the medical industry in america will suffer from obamacare. it will be harder for working folks to see a doctor and healthcare costs will actually r
in one of the southeast asia's largest economies. demonstrators are looking to topple the government and the current prime minister after accusations of corruption and abuse of power. the u.n. has closed its offices in bangkok warning foreign travellers to stay out of the streets. >> afghanistan president karzai is accusing the u.s. of holding back fuel and other supplies. he said they are holding back supplies in an attempt to pressure for him to sign the agreement. >> from the "los angeles times" officials say speed may have been a factor in the crash that killed actor paul walker and his friend over the weekend. according to police the "fast and furious" star left a charity event. witnesses at the event said they heard a loud boom and saw smoke. walker was in the middle of gaming "fast and furious 7." walker leaves behind a 15-year-old daughter. he was 40 years old. >> really. isn't that bizarre? came from a charity event and he gets in one of the cars and the guy drives off with him -- >> he was the passenger in the car. >> passenger in the car and runs into a pole and blows up.
among 65 countries and districts that make up the lion's share of the global economy. american teens are down four spots in science coming in at 24. and they slipped another -- >> this is unbelievable. >> ten spots -- >> look at that. >> to 21st when it comes to reading. several chinese cities as well as japan and singapore saw their students improve significantly. >> willie geist, your mom has been involved in educational reform. we were talking about mike bloomberg who dedicated four years to it. the gates spent billions and billions of dollars and the only thing -- not the only thing but one of the main things they learned reducing class sides. they spent billions of dollars on that. that doesn't work. man, the past four years when it seems everybody's focus has turned to education reform in a big way, just been disastrous, not disastrous but terrible. our state of the union are getting worse and worse. >> this is a trajectory we've seen for more than a decade. it goes back. maybe you say we'll give the reforms of the last few years to settle in. reaction to this study was amazing
economic growth and growing the economy and giving everyone a chance to go ahead. people don't want redistribution. but with the republican party offering very little his message resonates with the democratic base. >> if you don't think we should raise the minimum wage, let's hear your idea to increase people's earnings. you don't think of child should have access to preschool, tell us what you would do differently to give them a better shot. martha: increase the inmum wage and increase childhood education. >> he spoke as if he hadn't been president. he spoke as if he's on the outside of his own presidency. he has been president for five years. what we have seen in the speech and what we'll continue to see is more class warfare because this is who he is. he is a leftist and essentially a socialist. so he believes in waging the class warfare. when he talks about -- when he spoke about the american dream he has a warped leftist view of that dream. he believes the state should use its to force greater income he:quality. when government do that it's essentially called communism. the ame
coming over here and competing in the gobble economy. education is at the core of this and goes to connecting that bond that has been broken. >> you have all this evidence that's truly offensive. take the detroit pension ruling. so we know what the ruling was and we know what the effect may be on people's pensions. they will be cut. city employees, firefighters, no matter how the pension deal was cut years ago the pensions will be cut. but before the pensioners receive their pension who gets paid first? the bond holders, the banks, the big boys and then, then the pensioners will get paid. there's something just deeply flawed with what's been going on in this country and it's not one party or the other, it's the whole system and it's a couple of decades that it's been going on. >> there's a suspicion the people who have been having these massive hikes in their compensation packages are not reinvesting necessarily in job growth and productivity. they are actually -- it feels to a lot of americans on main street like funny money, it's getting recycled, reput into investment funds t
everyone is a winner here. gm, ford,and more... our economy we have to have the auto working. because the rest of the economy will fall in place. >> jacqueline: and definitely on the chilly side today. but it will get colder temperatures money in the upper 40's floor 50 sprit but we are heavy handed for twenties tonight. had it down to the south still seeing a few lingering snow shoppers. clear skies here locally so the cold temperatures will lead to a frosty conditions for most of the bay area and freezing conditions for the north bay north and inland valleys. temperatures are struggling to get into the fifties. rain will return to the forecast by friday. throughout much of the bay area san francisco will be the only place not under the freeze on morning. again widespread frost. also subfreezing temperatures. here is a look at futurecast widespread 20's and 30's. we only have slightly conditions. >> jacqueline: temperatures in the 40's struggling to get into the fifties. first let's look at the morning low temperatures. freezing in concord 28 in santa rosa and in napa 35 for half moo
to boost the state economy by hundreds of millions of dollars. like many new businesses coming to detroit, the financial issues didn't deter them setting up shop. where some sees obstacle, the ceo sees opportunity. >> this might diversify agriculture in michigan as we grow collectively. >> the investment in a neighbourhood on a rebound is welcomed by many who live here. they are on pace to produce 3,000 cases of premium liquor this year. in a warehouse where the aroma is intoxicating, these entrepreneurs see a future where the glass is always at least half full. >> holiday shopping gets a boost. u.s. shoppers spend nearly $10 billion on black friday, down 13% on last year. sales rose 2.3% overall compared to 2012 once thanksgiving day sales were added to the mi.. >> colorado communities are banding together to recover from the devastating flood in september. jamestown was nearly destroyed. we look at how residents are bouncing back. >> the music is back. with it the people are slowing returning to the foothills down in the rocky mountains. >> on saturday nights, since the september flood
: as canada's manufacturing heartland, ontario needs power. the switch to cleaner energy could hurt an economy still recovering from the last recession. of course, coal does have emissions and you know, there are important issues, but we never really got focused on how to fix those. it was just throw it all out. >> mr. speaker. >> power and politics in ontario's parliament where there has been fierce criticism on its emphasis on green energy and it costs. the architects of the plans defend it ro robustly. >> you take all the costs involved, it ends up being cost effective. >> ontario's greenhouse gas emissions are lower as it becomes the first place in north america to give up coal. what isn't clear is whether local voters will agree with their government in fighting climate change is worth paying more for power. >> letting kids be kids. coming up, clowns put on a show for children in a syrian refugee camp. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. here are today's top headlines. thousands of new york city commuters had to find other ways to get to work after a trail derailed su
economists say the distillery business has a potential to boost the state economy by hundreds of millions of dollars. like many new businesses coming to detroit, the city's financial issues did not deter them from setting up shop. where some see obstacles peter bailey sees opportunity. >> this craft distilling movement might help diversify argentina in michigan even further as we start to grow collectively. >> reporter: and their investment in the neighborhood on the rebound is welcomed by many who live here. right now they're on pace to produce 3,000 cases of premium liquor this year. and in a warehouse where the aroma is literally intoxicating. these entrepreneurs see a future where the glass is always at least half full. bisi onile-ere, al jazeera, detroit. >> there are about 23,150 distilleries in the united states. >> meteorologist: and the pacific northwest is where we'll start. i'll meteorologist dave warren. look out for snow there. the elevation 4,000 along interstate 90. a storm effecting this region, the pacific northwest seeing a lot of moisture moving in, dumping rain and sno
children to build their own businesses because later on we want to change the economy. even out distribution between low, middle and high income. >> when >> if you ever played sims it works the same way. idea won as vad vido game award of the year. >> forget right brain left brin thinking. researchers at university of pennsylvania yoused brain imaging to show how brain cells are connected. this is a male brain. compare that to women. panning down here, they're more concentrated. researchers say this shows women are hard wired for thinking and men hard wired for perception and action. showing a woman is likely to use her entire brain the man uses just half of his. >> half on a good day. >> coming up, operation santa hod ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at >>> coming up, third time is a charm. how michael finney was able to give a woman a wheel share she needs >> and efforts to build a car in a day the company promising a finished product by 6:00. be sure to see if workers mak
as for the dow jones. we are getting more respect the u.s. economy grew 3.6% and lot better than the 2 percent that we have mostly been saying. we're seeing more good nils that the economy is wrapping up. " this is on the lead to another drop in stocks. >> will be right back. [chris]still smoking up a storm? [tom]yeah.pathetic,isn't it? [chris] ever try to... [tom] quit?of course! my best time was six days. the worst was ...uh...23.4 seconds. [chris] so can i ask you... [chris & tom] why are you still smoking? [tom] [sarcastic] "it's so much fun." [chris]why not call the smokers' helpline? the program's free,and... [tom]and they'll tell me..."you oughta quit." [chris] not so. just tell them you're ready to quit. then,they'll tell you how. [tom] really? you wouldn't have that number on you,would you? >> the time is 8:57 a.m.. coming up on the kron4 morning news. freezing temperatures all over the bay area and even some black ice. we will have a team coverage coming up. >> an officer involved shooting shut down interstate 5 in stock sun this morning. we will have an update. >> a shocking and vid
the u.s. economy has been created over $200,000 a month. this is very good nils because the job market is strengthening. wall street is reacting positively. the >> we have been dealing with subfreezing temperatures. are you ready for the rain and snow? i will have a full detail of what to expect. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay? uncle go one,two,one,two,one two,one. [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight! [uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? tell me you can'wait for christs. and you appreciate the things io. because we'll ways be a famil tell me i bring out the best iyou. ♪ that you're thankful ♪ that it won't be theame without me tell me you love m even if you say it every d. just tell . [ female announcer everyone you love has someing they need to hear this holid. tell them with a hallmark card >> welcome back. we are watching the weather perry ed there is an ice storm out of dallas. the traffic is just box of the roadway, thei
the thinking at the moment is the economy could be strong enough to handle it. >>> amc, it's all about that stock, a little popcorn, a little stock. amc theaters gearing up to go public at the new york stock exchange expected to happen at the end of the month and it will reward its most loyal 2.5 million customers, they have a chance to buy shares usually reserved for the big investors. in a letter from the company's ceo from jerry lopez, he says members of the amc stubs rewards program will be offered the same price as the big banks and large wall street institutions, meaning the little guy gets to buy the shares a day before they go public so finally, john, finally the little guy can get in on the action, just like the big guys. john? >> maybe a little hot buttered stock to go with your popcorn and movie. >> there you go. >> alison kosik, thanks so much, appreciate it. >>> checking some of the top story this is morning, american airlines and u.s. airway also officially become the world's largest airline today after the merger beat a number of legal challenges. the new company will be
'll be buying a few more gifts for her grand children. it's a big day for the economy. the much anticipated jobs report for november is due out in less than an hour. for that and the rest of the news before the bell let's turn to kayla tausche. good morning. >> hey, good morning. stocks in the red after yesterday's tradings session, the fifth straight losing day for the dows. investors watch for big earnings from american eagles and a slew of important economic data, of course that includes the big november jobs report. economists expect an addition of 180,000 jobs in november, and for the unemployment rate to tick down to 7.2%. christie's is holding an auction of bob littlen member bealia. it will include paintings of lyrics and his guitar from the festival in 1965. that guitar is expected to fetch up to $500,000. back to you. >> can't do the strings per million or fast enough. let's turn to somebody who knows math. >> doesn't take a lot of calculations to tell you it's freezing out there this morning and these numbers aren't very high. we're at 23 degrees in the north bay. a cold start to the
house says president obama is preparing to deliver a speech on the economy including renewing the call for increasing the minimum wage. the president plans to argue the case that income inequality and wages not moving up are threatening retirement security. the current federal minimum wage is $7.25 and higher in california. polls show the economy remains the single biggest concern for americans despite the recent focus on health care. unemployment is high at 7.3 percent. >> nothing unusual about seeing windows where you go but did you know that microsoft considered getting into the lingerie business? >> no. efforts are underway to avert another government shut down. now we have the bloomberg business report from jane king. >> good morning, never thought microsoft and bra would be in the same sentence but here it is. first, though, possible progress inives to avoid another government shut down. budget negotiators are close to a zeal where democrats will raise fees for airline passengers and republicans grow we do more federal spending. the deal is finalized and provide a framework for a
the whole economy goes better. i think the economy has just gone down the tubes because of the 1% who want to make the most out of the misery of others. >> the sticking point here is that these workers and folks behind them are asking for a $15 an hour federal minimum wage. that's not the only point here. they really also want to be able to unionize without any fear of retaliation. >> we'll continue to check back in with you throughout the day. thanks. >> stephanie, this latest strike is similar to once we've seen across the country, focusing on income and equality. much of that money is going to wealthier americans. the income of the top 1% grew by 31.4% since 2009, but for everyone else barely moved, growing less than has half a%. much of this battle has been over the minimum wage of $7.25. president obama suggested that rates should be hiked to $10.10 an hour. if it were tied to productively ty, one study said that figure really should be $21.72. >> temperatures are plunging right now across much of the country. a blast of arctic air is bringing bone-chilling cold along with snow and ic
your moving expenses to work at mcdonald's because that's what that local economy warrants. that's where you got to go. >> it's interesting, you go to places and that's really a beautiful thing. you talk about north dakota, what they're doing is incredible when you think of it. i love to see what's happening out there. they're doing an amazing job. we should be doing it in new york and other places because we're not. that, i can tell you. >> this administration has been pushing fairness and we got to get the living wage up higher. ultimately focusing on the minimum wage, we should be focusing on getting people good-paying jobs. >> we should be focused on getting our economy we should be focused on being competitive again as a nation and if you get minimum wage, that will be higher. that's really what will get it up. >> is it back? we heard some encouraging numbers on friday. we're growing at over 3% and now unemployment is at a low of 7%. do you feel it's back? >> no, it's not back. those numbers are totally false. there was a big column in a newspaper that those numbers are fud
this big that has an impact on one-sixth of our economy. whatever comes up, we're going to just fix it. >> meanwhile, former president bill clinton says his recent suggestion that president obama keep his word and let people keep their health insurance plans was not aimed, or not trying to distance hills from the president's health care law in an effort to help his wife hillary's potential 2016 presidential bid. >> i said nothing about this. not one word, until the president himself spoke. i don't think you can find anybody in america who's worked harder for his re-election or supported this bill or went out of his way to explain the bill to the american people more than i did. >> so mr. clinton says he does not know whether his wife will run for president. and adds that he would support joe biden as a 2016 presidential nominee if he got the nomination. he'll support any democratic nomination. >>> notre dame is suing over obama care birth control mandates. they're doing this again. the university filed a fresh lawsuit opposing insurance for student and employees saying it goes against
on the economy. adp says it was a gain of 215,000 jobs in november. that was about 30,000 more than what was expected. adp also hiked its october number considerably higher. that bodes well for the jobs report that comes out on friday. if we see a conversation that we saw in october that could finally push the reserve into tapering its monthly bond purchases. it meets later this month. that's the been speculation that's been going on for months now. looking for better signs in the economy we are starting to see that happen. that's leading to selling on wall street. couple of companies that did well yesterday despite some selling were apple and tesla. tesla shares shot higher by 16% after german regulators cleared any manufacturing defects from those model s fires and apple shares went up about 2.5% on reports it's struck a deal with china mobile the biggest wireless carrier in china. the numbers are pulling back today. let's look at the big board. right now the dow is lower by 43 points. nasdaq is down by about 8. s&p falling by 6. and tesla shares are down 3%. apple down by .5%. back to
to the economy. sounds like good news, but some economists say the numbers mask a pervasive problem just beneath the surface. record high unemployment among young americans. put these numbers into context, economist in the university of maryland business professor is here with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> so these numbers are being trumpeted all around by the president's supporters on various broadcasts we did yesterday as great news, but you say they're not what they appear to be. why? >> well, simply, the quality of jobs are not very good and most young people really are having a terrible time getting started in careers. you know, college graduates are still working at starbucks and the like, and we have a lot of college graduates who are really graduate students, not learning very much, because they can't find a job. piling up a lot of debt and so forth. >> so at what point is this assumption that every person needs to go a four-year college and then get a graduate degree going to fold under the weight of the counterevidence maybe it's smarter to join the work force earlier? >> i thi
that is the origins of the economy. what really changed, major change was when the ford was finally closed in 1898 and when they discovered a different route into the mining districts which people didn't have to go. they were all rail lines. this little town was about to go under but nobody knew this. while all of this was going on there were federal surveys going on in the entire pacific northwest determining what is the marketable timber in this region? right behind me, i don't know if you can see it or not it is basically white pine, william -- millions of acres of white pine. a report was made from a survey in 1898. that report was made public and of course you can guess what happened then. all the major timber companies including the biggest warehouser was diamond international. they came to this area. so that is really what produced the town. when you walk through the town today that was the town that was primarily reduced. the town's population was about 500 in 1900. by 1910 it was almost 8000. coeur d' alene today is a modern progressive city and we depend pretty much not entirely, but tou
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for american progress, a liberal think tank in washington, talking about the economy, issues bi s like incom disparity, called for a hike in minimum wage, extending unemployment benefits, but he wrapped up an event at the white house with younger americans, a youth summit here at the white house that goes to the issues that the white house believes younger americans care about. first and foremost on the president's mind, was the affordable care act, they desperately want younger americans to sign up. you mentioned the enrollment numbers. 29,000 in the first couple days of this month, exceeding all of what was picked up in october, and about a third, by the way, of what the administration says will be reported for november. and the president very interestingly at one point, brooke, talked about the term obama care. people in washington have been saying the president hasn't been using the word obama care as much lately. what's the deal with that? the president used it during this address to younger folk s here at the white house. here's what the president had to say. >> i know people call this
and free the imagination of the individual entrepreneur. we had economies that went back many, many millennia and were successful until 1492. john: indians had a form of property rightsbefore white settlers came here and mess that up. some indians actually owned the salmon streams. they manage those streams so that they let the larger salmon go up to spawn. the result is that even today those streams have larger salmon and the streams that were held in common owed by everyone and hence managed by no one. john: not an individual indian, but a plan would on the stream. why today would they still have more salmon? >> that just goes back to wha was superior management over a century ago. and at the same time i should know we are mismanaging our salmon stocks by chasing them around the ocean, open ocean and over harvesting salmon and many other species. we could learn from what the native americans did. john: you say you can see the private property difference by driving through me indian land >> it is fascinating to drive through the reservation in the west. recently i drove through the
for the economy overall. critics agree saying entry level jobs are meant to be a stepping stone not a permanent career to support a family. even at just over $10 a minimum wage increase would result in fewer of those jobs and higher costs for consumers. >>> diane mass can heed so joins ing us live as always. >> it is quarter to the top of the hour. holiday cheer gives way to chaos as the fate breaks out and it is all caught on camera. what sparked this drama at the christmas tree lighting. >> he gets a lesson on being a rocket. goes behind the scenes of the radio city christmas spectacular. first let's join our own rocket steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> good morning to you, ladies. coming up on "fox & friends" governor sarah palin will talk about bashir about his terrible comments abouter had. the ladies of duck dynasty are whipping up family christmas traditions. plus scuba santa swimming with sharks. you don't want to miss bob massi john stossel. we have a busy three hours. kicks off 13 minutes from now right here on "the fox news channel. this was the hardest decis
of the year, so we're getting a lot more information. the economy is getting stronger, and finally wall street thinks good news is really actually for real good news. the jobs report shows the economy adding more jobs, 203,000 of them, jenna, like you said, more than 180,000 expected. the bulk of those jobs were in transportation, health care, manufacturing, so jobs that pay more. and the unemployment rate dropped sharply from 7.3% in october to 7% last month and, yes, that was a five-year low. now, the main reason we've had some furloughed federal workers return to their job after the government shutdown, and here's another positive for you, workers not only got more hours last month, but they were paid more too, and eventually that could be good news for retailers. the translation? on wall street, rally. the jobs data is further proof that the economy is recovering enough for the fed to begin scaling back its monetary stimulus program. that so-called taper, it could happen this month at the december 18th fed meeting or perhaps just before march, and as you can see from the markets' reaction
's administration, you had the resignation added economy in shambles. mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. you have to remember at that time in 1974 people do not talk about breast cancer. you literally did not say the word "breast." it was a closet disease for women. here you have an image of mom and dad standing there in front of the press holding hands saying we are going to take the shame of the disease and be very transparent. that was important to her as a person to be able -- she did not choose it but to be that role model and she did well. of the hundreds of thousands of letters she got, women who said thank you for helping to take the shame of the disease. bids --went in and got and saying i went in and got the exam a we caught it early. the letters that dad got. dad received letters from men saying thank you, mr. president for showing me how to stand and support my wife. this was kind of groundbreaking new things as far as breast cancer went. right after the presidency, after dad lost to jimmy carter, out to theirself talking about alcohol and drugs because of through an intervention that
think that's right? >> in large part. but also i think we have to look at the economy and considering that the economy has not been favorable to hispanics. i thought ted cruz had it right if you were in a private plane a few years ago still probably flying a private plane. but if you're in the bottom running of the economic lad dtt you're struggling. this is why approval ratings for hispanics is dropping. they are running out of patience with the president. >> the economy was as bad during the last presidential election. >> you're right. look just this weekend, evidently now the white house is talking hispanic groups and saying spanish language website is up and running and so this s-you know, six, seven weeks out after the deadline they had set for themselves. absolutely. obama care has not been good for hispanics and think about states like california, tucker. states like florida which are dropping millions of people, a lot of americans are losing their health care insurance. those two states have a big hispanic population. >> my impression of the white house strategy on winning bac
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april. most of those young adults in this survey said that the economy is the most important issue, as it always seems to be. but they do say they have some concerns about the president's health care overhaul as well. john roberts has these details. he's live in atlanta. hello, john. >> good afternoon to you, shep. there's no way to sugar coat it. this is not good for the president. in fact, harvard's director of the institute of politics told me that when he saw these numbers come back, he thought, wow, this is going to make news. and here's the reason why. take a look at millennial, thos 29, say they do not support obama care. only 22% say they will sign up. and even among people who currently don't have health insurance less than a third of them plan to enroll. couple of reasons why. more than half of people think that under obama care health care costs are going to rise while some 44% believe that the quality of care is going to go down. now here's the problem for the president. the financial assumptions in obama care count on a very large group of young healthy people to suppo
was helping their economy. however, his zeal might like and his religious faith and convictions might have gotten him in trouble. >> how so? >> i think he is a man of faith and a strong christian. he had because of his zeal, i think his wanting to help him share that might have been interpret as having hostile intentions. >> the christianity frowned on by the state and the combination with being an american you think wound up triggering the detention? >> unfortunately, yes. >> when is the last time you heard from your brother? what is the last information you had to suggest his condition? >> last time we had a use from kenneth, mother was visiting in october. she was will from the 11th to the 14th. she got to visit him in the hospital. at that time i think his condition had improved because he had been hospitalized for several months. he had chronic conditions that require ongoing attention by his doctors at home which is why he is home now. >> was he injured during his detention? how long has he been in the hospital? >> he's been in the hospital since august 5th. he's had some medical con
for the cleveland indians last season. to them and say goodbye to barolo colon. richie economy down--richie incognito isn't returning to the field but he will be able to go to the bank. the miami dolphins was suspended indefinitely for actions deemed detrimental by the team. however, now an agreement has been reached. incognito will be paid as the investigation into his suspension resumes. the in to resolve the rustlers and alleged threats he made toward former fellow teammate and former stanford player jonathan martin. >>darya: >>mark: and don't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring garies radio partner larry kru brand new show here on kron4. we will have likely been-lively debates and big- time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m.. check out the facebook page and sports night live. and like us all for a chance to win a 2000 home theater system. >>darya: several 49ers players walk to their football helmets for santa hats monday and san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low income children before
ratings are higher on the economy and foreign policy. overall, 55 percent of those surveyed still have a favorable view of the >> we have a cold front that has passed through the bay area. we have colder weather on the way. i will talk about the freeze watch the set to go into affect. align welcome back. the time is 8 2:00 p.m. 8:14 a.m.. and the lastest on the accident and death of fast and furious star paul walker. the los angeles county sheriff's office says there is no evidence of a second vehicle linked to the accident that killed the actor over the weekend. here's surveillance video of saturday's crash, courtesy of o-m-g insider. authorities say walker, and driver roger rodas, were killed immediately in the fiery crash. jim torp, a friend of walker, was among the witnesses and describes what happened leading up to the crash. >> the sad thing is set that went out for a drive for a couple of minutes. there are so many speculations about a drag racing and that never happens. when they passed me there were no cars next to them, in some of them, or behind them. there were by themselv
on issues including north korea, the economy, and trade where china and the united states might cooperate? for "cbs this morning," seth doane, beijing. >> this morning unions and retirees in detroit prepare appeals. a federal judge ruled tuesday the motor city can cut pensions clearing the way for detroit to enter bankruptcy. this decision is a major blow putting municipal workers on edge and cities across the country. dean reynolds is in detroit. good morning. >> reporter: good many. detroit officials are talking about a fresh start through bankruptcy. that will involve very tough cuts and many public sector retirees here are bracing for painful sacrifices that could set a precedence around the country. >> do you feel betrayed? >> i feel betrayed shortchanged. i feel angry. i feel a lot of different things now. >> get you moving and then try the treadmill. >> david allen was a firefighter 20 years before the on the job accident left him barely able to stand. he's been getting a monthly pension of $3,000 from the city but he knows that's coming to an end. >
of a project this big that has an impact on one sixth of our economy, whatever comes up, we're going to just fix it. >> the problem is, and we detailed this yesterday -- is that up to, according to the "washington post," up to one third of the people who think they have signed up for insurance haven't because there are problems at the back end that elisabeth was talking about, the back end as charles krauthammer yesterday explained was the back end is essentially the cash register. how the insurance companies get paid am in the form of subsidies and stuff like that because it doesn't work right now. they've got to estimate until they figure it all out. actually until they invent the software. >> medicare and medicaid has not finished building part of the web site to transfer billions of collars to those insurance companies. >> what's the hurry? >> i thought the one thing that stood out as i mentioned yesterday, because i was listening on the radio on satellite radio, the president went on to say, he seemed remind offensive in his approach. the site has gotten better, and jeff seems to have d
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